skewbald


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skewbald

1. marked or spotted in white and any colour except black
2. a horse with this marking
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Michelle, who chairs North East Wales Bridleways Association, said Welsh section A pony Ruby is proving a doting mum to the tricolour or skewbald bay and white colt.
There was also an amazing skewbald colt and a totally delectable baby filly whose colouring was simply incredible.
He lies on the ground stunned, his eyes closed as if dazzled by the brightness of God's light that streams down the white part of the skewbald horse, but that the light is heavenly is clear only to the believer, for Saul has no halo" (66).
The skewbald colt and filly, which have brown and white colouring and stand just 2ft high, are still dependant on their mother's milk and without it will die.
The horses have the appearance of a fairy-tale animal, with their colorful coats often black and white or brown and white (called Piebald and Skewbald in English parlance).
The brown and white skewbald male pony, named Chilli by RSPCA inspectors, was found with its tether rope cut three inches into its neck.
But when the weather gets warmer he'll share a paddock with a skewbald pony, belted Galloway cattle and Wensleydale sheep
Flashes of skewbald, chestnut and grey light up the racecourse as the tiny hooves thud over two foot hedges.
Moreover, the piebald and skewbald colour of many o the remaining animals betrayed their Shetland ancestors.
The skewbald coloured colt took a tumble when it was strolling in a field in Co Meath and fell down the hole, which was hidden by weeds.
Ring 1,1600gns to D J Harries, Llandeilo for "Hope Silver Ghost", Irish Draft stallion sold to Rogers, Kingsland; 570gns to K Goddard, Bangor Teifi for a skewbald stallion sold to Smith, Swansea; 440gns to E Jones, Glangwili for a 5y/o gelding sold to Marshall, Llanpumpsaint; 350gns to E D Harries, Five Roads for a hunter brood mare sold to Roberts, Leominster; Others to 340gns.